Category Archives: My Team

Big Boy Show.

It’s nice to be into a music group and watch them play in larger and more legitimate venues as time goes on. It means they are doing something right. It’s also nice to be friends with those people. This Sunday, … Continue reading

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Favor for a Favor.

After 3 days of walking around with a burner phone from the Wire, I knew it was time to at least attempt to procure an iPhone-like device. I blast a tweet out wondering if anyone has an extra Iphone lying … Continue reading

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The Summer of Yes 2011

The Summer of Yes 2011 is here and there’s no turning back. This funcult, started by Aulden Kaye, Matt Solomon, and I in 2008, has been dying to rear its beautiful head again. Well, today is the day and we … Continue reading

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MANHATTAN: Andy Suzuki and the Method

I was about to write about my Mayor’s 2nd appearance on Meet the Press yesterday, until I got a very important email. The results for the Battle of the Boroughs Music Competition that I wrote about last week were released … Continue reading

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Friends Making Music

I live vicariously through my friends that are musically talented. Many of the people I grew up around can sing and play a multitude of instruments, while all I do is simply describe which songs make me cry/fist pump the … Continue reading

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Jeremy Love The Kids.

I love my friends, because as ridiculous as they are, they also really care about the world. Jeremy Teicher is a perfect example of that. Last summer, he went to Senegal and worked with a group of students from the … Continue reading

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My Friends, in a Nutshell.

Sometimes, people that I’ve met over the years are confused by the cast of characters I grew up with. Weirdly diverse, weirdly comfortable talking about everything, all completely absurd individuals. I think this picture pretty much sums it up. It’s … Continue reading

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